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on the program. >> good to be here. >> apple and samsung accounting for one in two smartphones sold today. tell me what the competition means for the choices out there. >> i think we have finally gotten to a point where it's not just an until the iphone. we have samsung up as the pepsi to their coke. and these two companies really control most of the market share. and when you hear about a hot new phone, it's going to be one from one of these two guys. >> i think it's interesting there are 5 billion cell phones on the planet versus 1 billion pcs. everybody wants a phone. >> a country that doesn't have a laptop you have a phone with you. >> let's talk about some of the smartphones out there. samsung just announced the s4 galaxy phone, a splashy event they had than. what is your insight than phone? >> that's the big five-inch phone they had at the press event a couple of weeks ago. i checked it out. it's a really nice phone. it's a huge screen, 5-inch screens, they make them much more like portable computers. it does a lot. it's g a great camera. my big problem is it's a plastic phone, and everyo
convened to celebrate the life of the late chairman the founder of the samsung group with a major address on asia policy. mr. chairman, today you are succeeding a long line of distinguished speakers over the years. our first b.c. lecturer was former secretary of state henry kissinger. subsequently, we have heard from chairman of the senate foreign relations committee, senator jesse helms and heard from ben gilman and henry hyde and don rumsfeld, colin powell, condi rice and others. our last lecturer was senator leiberman. we have over the years made a significant and substantial contribution to american policy makers, understanding of the challenges we face in terms of our policies towards asia. 30this, in fact, the anniversary of the founding of the heritage foundation's asian study center. when dick and i started the center back in 1983, it was our first dedicated foreign policy center at the heritage foundation. back then asian security was all about what's happening here in the cold war. from that perspective, study of the soviet union might have made a lot more sense. dick and i, as
smart phone, the buzz about it is pretty good. jonathan bloom explains, compared to samsung's galaxy or iphone 5, blackberry may face an uphill bottle. >> beneath his coat. director is hiding something that is not so stylish. >> i have a blackberry. it's a little bit embarrassing. >> in the final months of his contract, they are trading up to the newest zones from apple to samsung. >> smart phone that started it all, accounts for just 2% of the market. blackberry ceo is determined to change that. >> we're used to competition. we have to get better. what we did, we have a new platform. >> it's now in the u.s. z-10 looks like a touch screen competitors and getting good reviews. >> i actually like it. i think the aspects of the phone it feels really comfortable and nice job with the camera. >> jessica was enthusiastic about the new touch key kee board and slick camera and new blackberry apps. >> this latest has all the trappings of modern smart phone but is it enough to save the company? >> i think right now they are trying to prove they are not dead. >> are they? >> they are not dead y
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. or are you addicted to apple or samsung? no, no, no! stop! humans. one day we're coming up with the theory of relativity, the next... not so much. but that's okay -- you're covered with great ideas like optional better car replacement from liberty mutual insurance. total your car and we give you the money to buy one a model year newer. learn about it at libertymutual.com. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? glass on floors. daily chores. for the little mishaps you feel use neosporin to help you heal. it kills germs so you heal four days faster. neosporin. use with band-aid brand bandages. >>> we said earlier senator murray was opposed to dianne feinstein's assault weapons bill. millions of users worldwide, blackberry is giving apple and samsung a run for their money. now they're hoping to take a bigger slice out of the smart phone market with the release of their new device. i'm a well known blackberry crack addict. and i'm still hanging on in here. i'm going to lay my cards on the table to you there. my two teenaged sons recently defected from the blackberries th
. >> wrapped in a two-year contract he watched his friends trade up to the newest phones from apple to samsung. >> they usually ask, why do you still have a blackberry? >> it accounts for 2% of the market and the ceo is determined to change that. >> we are used to competition. we have to innovative. >> after launching in europe, blackberry 10 is now in the u.s. it looks like the touch screen competitors. >> i actually real like it. i think blackberry has done a good job. it feels comfortable. >> jessica was enthusiastic with b the new touch keyboard and slick cancer camera and online show of new apps. >> latest blackberry has all the trappings of smart phone but the question is, is it enough to save the company? >> right now i think they are trying to prove they aren't dead. >> are they? >> they aren't dead yet. >> blackberry has no shortage of former users. >> blackberry wouldn't work in my own house but this one does. >> what would it take you to win you back? >> i don't know that is possible. >> i don't think they are going to get anybody that likes their iphone or android phone to switch o
-year contract he watched his friends trade up to the newest phones from apple to samsung. >> they usually ask, why do you still have a blackberry? >> it accounts for 2% of the market and the ceo is determined to change that. >> we are used to competition. we have to innovative. >> after launching in europe, blackberry 10 is now in the u.s. it looks like the touch screen competitors. >> i actually real like it. i think blackberry has done a good job. it feels comfortable. >> jessica was enthusiastic with b the new touch keyboard and slick cancer camera and online show of new apps. >> latest blackberry has all the trappings of smart the question is, is it enough to save the company? >> right now i think they are trying to prove they aren't dead. >> are they? >> they aren't dead yet. >> blackberry has no shortage of former users. >> blackberry wouldn't work in my own house but this one does. >> what would it take you to win you back? >> i don't know that is possible. they are going they get anybodr iphone or android phone to switch over. >> but blackberry may be a hit with current users and the
war. today, we have a number of other significant guests who are here with us representing the samsung company from their new jersey headquarters, mr. m.j. han and welcome you here on behalf of the chairman of samsung, and our good friend and long time member of the heritage foundation. we are delighted to have so many members of the diplomatic corps here with us, cambodia is here this morning. the ambassador from the phillipines is here. the ambassador from indonesia is here. we have the d.c.m.'s from a number of our asia-pacific partnership countries, including australia, canada, singapore, thailand and vietnam. we have hong kong's commissioner for economic and trade affairs with us today. and always good to see him. leo lee is here. and i thank all of you for making a special effort to be with us here today to welcome the chairman of the house ommittee on foreign affairs. again, this is a confluence of several anniversaries. the 16th time we have convened to celebrate the life of the late chairman the founder of the samsung group with a major address on asia policy. mr. chairman, to
the samsung company from their new jersey headquarters, mr.m.j. han. mr. han, we're happy to welcome you here on behalf of the chairman of samsung, our good friend and longtime member of the heritage foundation. we're delighted to have so many members of the diplomatic corps here with us. ambassador hang from cambodia is here this morning, ambassador quishea from the philippines is here, ambassador jalal from indonesia is here. we also have the dcms from a number of our asia-pacific partnerships including australia, japan, singapore, thailand and vietnam. we have hong kong's commissioner for economic and trade affairs, donald tong, with us today, and it's always good to see him. leo lee from tech row is here, and i thank all of you for making a special effort to be with us here today to welcome the chairman of the house committee on foreign affairsment again, this is a confluence of several anniversaries, the 16th time we've convened to celebrate the life of the late chairman cho, the founder of the samsung group with a major address on asian policy. mr. chairman, today you are succeeding a l
in the final months of a two-year contract, he's watched all his friends trade up to an apple or samsung. they ask why do you still have a blackberry? >> the phone that started it all now accounts for just 2% of the market and blackberry is determined to change that. >> we are used to competition now. we have to innovate and get better. that's why we launched this platform. >> the z10 looks an awful lot like its touch screen competitors and it's getting good reviews. >> i like it. i think they have done good job with certain aspects of the phone. it feels comfortable in the hands and they have done a nice job with the camera. >> she was enthusiastic about the touch keyboard and camera and the online store full of appears. who wants a phone without angry birds? >> the question remains is a simple one. is it enough to save the company? >> right now i think they are just trying to prove that they are not dead. >> are they? >> they aren't dead yet. >> blackberry has no shortage of former users. >> my old blackberry wouldn't work in my own house, where this phone does. >> what would it take f
to an apple or samsung. they ask why do you still have a blackberry? >> the phone that started it all now accounts for just 2% of the market and blackberry is determined to change that. >> we are used to competition now. we have to innovate and get better. that's why we launched this platform. avilanching in europe, blackberry 10 is now in the u.s. >> the z10 looks an awful lot like its touch screen competitors and it's getting good reviews. >> i like it. i think they have done good job with certain aspects of the phone. it feels comfortable in the hands and they have done a nice job with the camera. >> she was enthusiastic about the touch keyboard and camera and the online store full of appears. k -- aps. because who wants a phone without angry birds? the latest blackberry has all the trappings of a modern smartphone. >> the question remains is a simple one. is it enough to save the company? >> right now i think they are just trying to prove that they are not dead. >> are they? >> they aren't dead yet. >> blackberry has no shortage of former users. >> my old blackberry wouldn't work in m
that campaign and that would have been it. >> and where can i meet them? >> he's over there with samsung. the end of power players, how the little guys are making waves on the global stage. so let's break down this play. charles? uh, charles couldn't make it. his single miles card blacked him out here and here. he should have used... the capital one venture card. he's coming to us from home. hey fellas... hey baby, you want mama to iron your undies? nice tightie whities. i didn't know mrs. barkley made quilts. really? looks like a circus tent. is that the best you got? now if you put this, with this, you have a sailboat. what's in your wallet? to get her oven baked taste straight from the microwave. like her oven roasted chicken baked in a rich, creamy alfredo sauce. she calls them her new comfort bakes. marie callender's. it's time to savor. >>> enough already. uncle, mercy. snow continues this morning in many areas of new england over 500 schools have been canceled, many others on delay. auburn, maine, the snow is beginning and won't stop until later on tonight. you could end up with a
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